Kenney says no to vaccine passports at annual Stampede pancake breakfast

Premier Jason Kenney says Alberta will not be following the lead of Quebec and Manitoba by implementing a vaccine passport system. Quebec intends to bring in the vaccine passports beginning in September while Manitoba has been issuing a proof-of-immunization card to residents who are two weeks removed from their booster shot. But Kenney, attending his annual pancake breakfast, told reporters that Alberta has been clear from the beginning and will not implement or accept vaccine passports.

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